On the link above you will find a list of spreadsheets that show appropriate data for each of these visa types.
I have downloaded each of them, and converted them in a way that allowed me to upload them to the MySQL tables at Keep America At Work so that you can view them in any way that you wish too. (I do NOT recommend that you download them as they are larger than 100 MB in many cases)
This gave me the following visa totals:
- 268,246 records for 2009A
- 87,989 records for 2009B
- 341,969 records for 2010
- 358,325 records for 2011
- 414,451 records for 2012
- 443,037 records for 2013
- 417,991 records for 2014
This will give us 2,062,303 records.
Now we need to delete all records where the work end date is older than the current date.
This will give us 1,265,350 records.
At this point we can copy these records into the system that I developed to display all occupations in America.
Which will give us these results:
As you can see, the computer and mathematical occupations have been hit especially hard.
But how hard?
As you can see, 44.36 % of the Computer Systems Analyst positions are held by visa holders, and I have not yet updated the PERM and H-2B visa tables yet.
And 52.4 % of the Computer Programmer positions are held by visa holders, as are 27.62% of Software Developers, Applications.
I have worn all of these hats and more, yet I can no longer buy an interview as an American in America and it is painfully obvious to me as to why I cannot find a job anymore.
This does not mean that I am against visa holders as I am not, because believe me, they need jobs too.
Perhaps I can say it best in this article titled “Do we have any leaders in the STEM Industry?“.
Please notice that the Mathematicians and Operations Research Analysts and Statisticians have also been hit hard.
By now you are probably wondering where are all of these visa holders employed at?
By now you are beginning to get the picture.
Like 776,916 other fine Americans, I have lost everything.
I am living out of a portable shed with no running water, bathroom or refrigerator.
But you won’t hear me whining about that.
What you will hear me say is I am going to get back to work in the software industry at my previous rate of pay, or better.
Which means that I am going to continue digging until I can expose every single bit of dirty underwear that this industry has, and believe me, I am going to do everything in my power to find a way to expose the actions of the lobbyist groups, who funds them, and which politicians pimp for them.
Because Americans in America need people willing to do their part to Keep America At Work.
As for any reporters, or other researchers.
I have given you a treasure trove of data, and I’m actively working on giving you more.
If you need to find a way to generate a particular report, etc., all you have to do is ask.
And if you know of anybody willing to support my research in this area, I am all ears as I have done spent my last penny.